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28 July 2021
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The top five U.S. public companies are carrying the market on its back, but so are a lot of other stocks

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This is the top 10 right now: ​ Symbol Company Marketcap Price/share 52-week range Highs Lows Off highs Off lows Marketcap gain since the 52-week low AAPL Apple Inc $2.43T $145.40 $89.15 - $150 $150.00 $89.15 -3.07% 63.10% $1.53T MSFT Microsoft Corporation $2.12T $281.40 $196.25 - $284.1 $284.10 $196.25 -0.95% 43.39% $919.57B AMZN Amazon.com, Inc. $1.81T $3,585.20 $2871 - $3773.08 $3,773.08 $2,871.00 -4.98% 24.88% $449.79B GOOG Alphabet Inc Class C $1.74T $2,652.01 $1406.55 - $2659.92 $2,659.92 $1,406.55 -0.30% 88.55% $1.54T FB Facebook, Inc. Common Stock $981.72B $346.23 $226.9 - $358.79 $358.79 $226.90 -3.50% 52.59% $516.30B BRK.B Berkshire Hathaway Inc. Class B $638.67B $279.88 $190.4 - $295.08 $295.08 $190.40 -5.15% 47.00% $300.15B TSLA Tesla Inc $631.26B $655.29 $273 - $900.4 $900.40 $273.00 -27.22% 140.03% $883.97B V Visa Inc $519.68B $243.66 $179.23 - $250.46 $250.46 $179.23 -2.72% 35.95% $186.81B NVDA NVIDIA Corporation $483.70B $194.10 $181.64 - $835 $835.00 $181.64 -76.75% 6.86% $33.18B JPM JPMorgan Chase & Co. $462.73B $152.86 $91.38 - $167.44 $167.44 $91.38 -8.71% 67.28% $311.32B? ​ Apple is leading the way. Microsoft, Amazon, and Google aren't far behind. The purpose of this post is the look at how much more value the top companies have gained in comparison to to the rest of the market. As of market close today, here's the indices: ​ Index Price 52-week range Highs Lows Off highs Off lows S&P 500 $4,358.69 $3,200.05 - $4,393.68 $4,393.68 $3,200.05 -0.80% 36.21% Nasdaq Composite $14,631.95 $10,217.31 - $14,803.68 $14,803.68 $10,217.31 -1.16% 43.21% Dow Jones Industrial Average $34,798.00 $25,992.28 - $35,091.56 $35,091.56 $25,992.28 -0.84% 33.88% Russell 2000 Index $2,234.04 $1,432.57 - $2,360.17 $2,360.17 $1,432.57 -5.34% 55.95% ​ S&P500, NASDAQ, and Dow are about 1% from its highs while the Russell Index is about 5%. All indices are way off its lows from 52 weeks ago (even more so from the bottom of the 2020 cash). Clearly the indices are doing ok. But what about the stocks in the S&P500? In this next chart, here's the value companies in the S&P500 have made since 52 weeks ago (again, the gains should be much more than this since the 2020 lows). Marketcap valuation gained during the last 52 weeks Top 5 Top 10 Top 20 Top 50 Top 100 Top 250 $ $4.96T $6.49T $7.93T $10.76T $14.15T $18.03T % 23.69% 31.02% 37.87% 51.42% 67.62% 86.14% ​ Bottom 250 Bottom 100 Bottom 50 Bottom 20 Bottom 10 Bottom 5 $ $2.9T $780.77B $340.88B $92.3B $38.79B $13.11B % 13.86% 3.73% 1.63% 0.44% 0.19% 0.06% The total value gained in the S&P500 index since one year ago is $20.93 trillion! The top 5 companies contributed to about 24% of those gains and the top 250 companies contributed to basically all of it (~86%). As of right now, the S&P500 index is now valued at $39.38 trillion, so the S&P500 index has doubled in value since a year ago which is absolutely insane. Let's look at the valuations of these companies. Valuations of companies right now Top 5 Top 10 Top 20 Top 50 Top 100 Top 250 $ $9.08T $12.26T $15.67T $21.89T $27.68T $34.86T % 23.05% 31.13% 39.8% 55.59% 70.29% 88.51% ​ Bottom 250 Bottom 100 Bottom 50 Bottom 20 Bottom 10 Bottom 5 $ $4.52T $1.18T $478.81B $159.71B $73.03B $23.64B % 11.49% 3% 1.22% 0.41% 0.19% 0.06% ​ Top and Bottom Companies off their highs and lows Top 5 Top 10 Top 20 Top 50 Top 100 Top 250 off the highs -2.56% -12.340% -9.13% -6.86% -6.79% -7.42% off the lows 54.50% 54.221% 48.67% 47.09% 53.02% 54.03% ​ Bottom 250 Bottom 100 Bottom 50 Bottom 20 Bottom 10 Bottom 5 off the highs -11.53% -13.56% -14.55% -16.05% -20.23% -19.23% off the lows 65.00% 67.48% 75.81% 67.54% 61.85% 56.65%? Top 10 includes Tesla, which is about 25% off its highs that's why you see the top 10 is -12% off its highs. Besides that, one could say the top 5 companies are carrying the index. The top 250 aren't doing so bad either. After that, the bottom 250 gets a bit ugly. The smaller caps did gain more overall up until their highs before they retreated. Now let's look at how much carrying the top companies are doing. Companies in the S&P500 for every 1-3% move 1% 2% 3% % of the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very 1% move Apple makes as of now, ~$24 is moved and the S&P500 index moved ~0.06%. A 3% move would impact $72 billion dollars in valuation and has a 0.18% impact on the index. Doesn't seem much but the index is valued at almost $40 trillion dollars. Look at how much of an impact these stocks together make. ​ 1% move 2% move 3% move Top 5 0.23% 0.46% 0.69% Top 10 0.3% 0.6% 0.9% Top 20 0.391% 0.78% 1.17% The top 20 companies can make a 1%+ move if they averaged a 3% increase/decrease. So what should I get out of this? The S&P500 is top heavy - 23% of its valuation comes from the top 5 companies. 55% of its valuation from the top 50 companies. Almost 90% from the top 250 companies. S&P500 adds and removes companies all the time. If a company is performing poorly and finds a company that is doing well over the past few quarters, it will consider swapping them. Valuations in these companies don't reflect what's going on the economy. All indices are near record highs yet there's a lot going on in the economy (unemployment, inflation, real estate, etc.) that at any moment could create FUD. Stock picking isn't easy. It's a lot more difficult to find the losers than to pick the winners. Make sure you have a strategy. Reddit is known for choosing small caps. If you're going to invest in small caps, don't let emotion get to you. They usually see wild swings 10-20% days up and down. Hopefully some insight what the overall market looks like. Large caps are carrying the market, we're at all-time highs, and earnings are coming up. Expect some profit taking next week and the weeks after during earnings season. Hope ya'll find this useful. Good luck to all.   submitted by   /u/reggiebergst [link]   [comments]


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    We have all heard the time tested advice of time in the market beats timing the market and that picking stocks is almost never the better strategy than just investing in indexes and DCAing over the years. Well, I’m going to venture to argue that now is one of the rare times when the market is so overvalued as a whole that picking individual stocks actually will allow you to outperform for the next 10 years or so. Of course this is predicated on the assumption that the stock picker is able to value businesses is many different ways and has a strong core competence in whatever industry and individual company he or she selects. The crash that happened last year due to the pandemic has created massive pits of opportunities in this market. It may seem like the whole market just rebounded back to new highs in a year, but we need to remember that the top 5 market cap stocks in the S&amp;P make up about 40% of the whole index weighting. If you are able to see between the lines and start searching for individual companies that you have a competitive advantage in knowledge base in, then you may just find a stock that will help you easily outperform the index for the foreseeable long term(10-20 years) It is also worth noting that we do not know how long this overvalued market will go on. Warren Buffett is famous for saying “the market can stay irrational longer than you can remain solvent”. It’s perfectly possible that this market chugs upwards 20% a year for the next ten years without skipping a beat. However, it will eventually correct and if you are in stocks that are undervalued and have a high margin of safety and a competitive advantage/strong market share, you will outperform over time. It is not unattainable to do this and I am going to rest my case with one final statement: I believe it is markets like these that are obviously overvalued, but not so overextended that we are in pure euphoria that we can find the best opportunities. They will be hiding from you, undiscovered from the general public or generally tossed aside as not a part of the “new paradigm”. These are the small gold nuggets that will be the 10baggers in your portfolio. They will be like finding needles in a haystack, but if you do end up finding one, you will prosper greatly. &#32; submitted by &#32; /u/Aschenia [link] &#32; [comments]
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  23. India sent private jet to Dominica carrying Choksi deportation documents: Antiguan PM (30/05/2021 - Financial Express)
    Choksi and his nephew Nirav Modi are wanted for allegedly siphoning Rs 13,500 crore of public money from the state-run Punjab National Bank (PNB) using letters of undertaking.
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  24. Sold all my stocks - enough is enough (03/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Just completed selling my stock portfolio. Going forward, it will be short-term bonds or cash. There comes a point where the market just doesn&#39;t make sense, not so much in terms of prices but in terms of stock activity. Tech stocks have moved the market up to now but they are falling back and &quot;reopening&quot; stocks are taking the lead, but the rotations and counter-rotations seem more like churning than a real change. Heard yesterday where an options trader was buying options based on stocks discussed on Reddit. That is just playing to the crowd. No thought of the actual value of the companies, just trying to move with the herd. That is not an investment plan, just a day-trading strategy. Thought it was time to leave this type of market. This is not investment advice, I have no prophecy about the future, and it is not about market timing. The stock market has been very good these past 10 years, and I realized that sometimes, enough is enough. The market is currently high so there is no shortage of buyers for my stocks, and I can protect myself from inflation going forward through short-term debt instruments. If the market goes up 10% from here, I will stilll have my money. If it goes down 10%, that is just as true. As I said, at some point, enough is enough. &#32; submitted by &#32; /u/Delicious_Chapter697 [link] &#32; [comments]
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  25. Which stocks would you short or buy puts on right now in this market? (28/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    With this market seemingly on eggshells right now, I think it’s a wise idea to be short on a few companies while still staying long on most of my portfolio. I prefer to short individual stocks rather then indexes, are their any companies right now that are insanely overpriced and will likely fall more in the short term? &#32; submitted by &#32; /u/DonDraper1994 [link] &#32; [comments]
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  26. : This one signal says a stock market correction may be on the way (14/07/2021 - Market Watch)
    A frothy market for initial public offerings suggests stocks are overvalued.
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  27. Applying Occum's razor to the stock market (17/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Looking back at the last year on the stock market, I see a bubble. Many people on this forum confidently proclaim that there wont be another crash anytime soon And that buying this dip is the correct thing to do. That leaves us with 2 possible scenarios. 1st scenario, were in a humongous bubble based on the valuations pre-covid to current valuations and it is currently in the beginning of a major crash. 2000 dotcom crash charts almost perfectly match our current charts. 2nd scenario, pre-covid the entire market was wrong on the valuations for the past several years on stocks. During the pandemic, the public and institutions became lucid to the fact that tech, gambling, weed, ev, ecommerce, btc miners, chinese stocks etc were all wildly undervalued and so the market rightly corrected for this 200% - 1000% deficiency in market cap over the past year. Sub 10 P/E ratios were also wrong and P/E of 30 - 170 is appropriate for the first time in history. Occums razor, the simplest explanation is usually the right answer. Am i to believe that the market was wildly wrong in undervalueing stocks like zm, shop, aapl, tsla etc over the last several years? What does everyone think? &#32; submitted by &#32; /u/ImNotSmelly [link] &#32; [comments]
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  28. Stocks you just like ? (06/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I buy etfs for retirement and growth stocks for money. I also buy stocks just because I like them. I think drone stocks and green energy stocks are cool. Do you ever buy stocks just to see where it will take you. I have to believe in the companies to buy stocks in or be involved or have common interests in it. Makes it fun following these companies. Just my 2 cents left..lol &#32; submitted by &#32; /u/Repulsive_Smile5810 [link] &#32; [comments]
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  29. The Market Is Unpredictable And Stocks Going Down Is Normal (07/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Since the March lows, it seems a lot of the stocks have gone up +100% in one year which is very abnormal and does not happen in &quot;regular&quot; years. We have seen this, especially in the tech sector. We have seen a bit of a pull back in the tech sector with stocks going down 10- 20% or more since February. You must remember that if a stock goes up 100% and falls by 20% that is still a great return if you got in early. However, if you FOMO&#39;d in many cases or bought into the hype, you must understand that this can happen. The market is unpredictable right now and it&#39;s important to invest in stocks that you believe are good and not look for a quick book if you are worried about losing money. Stocks don&#39;t go up forever and in many cases, they may fall because the stock is going back to its &quot;fundamentals&quot;. &#32; submitted by &#32; /u/moneytobemade8 [link] &#32; [comments]
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  30. History about Stock Market! (25/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    The market is closed today so I thought to post some fun history about stock market! &#x200B; Belgium had the world&#39;s first stock market(without actual stocks) back in 1400&#39;s. The East India Company is widely recognized as the world’s first publicly traded company and the reason for them publicly traded is because of risk. Sailing all over the planet was too risky for any company during that time. Ships were lost, fortunes were squandered, and financiers realized they had to do something to mitigate all that risk. Early stock trading happened at Coffee shops, and stocks were hand written in paper and inventors had to trade their stocks with other investors in coffee shops. It was tough to make out legit companies to illegitimate companies back in the day, and in many cases companies were able to make tons of money before a single ship was set for sail. And because of that a bubble was burst and the government of England banned the issuing of shares until 1825. And despite ban of issues shares, the government of England was established in 1801, it was very limited exchange because of the ban of issuing shares. And in 1817, New York stock exchange was established and it started trading since its very first day. And today, almost every single country has a stock market. Every day, trillions of dollars are traded on stock markets. Here are the top 10 stock markets in the world today ranked by market capitalization: New York Stock Exchange NASDAQ Tokyo Stock Exchange London Stock Exchange Group Euronext Hong Kong Stock Exchange Shanghai Stock Exchange Toronto Stock Exchange Frankfurt Stock Exchange Australian Securities Exchange &#32; submitted by &#32; /u/gorays21 [link] &#32; [comments]
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  31. What exactly do you buy in this market? (15/07/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    So I want to buy stocks, and I am finding it hard to make a decisions here. The large cap stocks are at ATHs, granted I don&#39;t want to time the market but would like to buy on a dip. However, it doesn&#39;t seem to be dipping. On the other hand, with inflation scares, small to mid cap stocks are just stagnant and seem to want to touch pennies regardless of the company&#39;s profit or future outlook. Like many of the stocks I had on my watchlist took over a month to bounce back from May lows, but within a week are closer to where they were in May. Just seems like buying a falling knife. Then u have OTC, which is a graveyard. Finally, growth stocks just can&#39;t seem to find a bottom. &#32; submitted by &#32; /u/heynebulon [link] &#32; [comments]
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  32. Tech stocks future? (07/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Obviously I know no one can predict the future or the market but tech stocks have been getting hit hard recently I assume due to the yield bonds increase and the economy starting to go back to normal (I might wrong, not necessarily an expert in this field) But what you are guys opinion on tech companies at the moment? Should you slowly get out of these and go into something else? Or just hold on? &#32; submitted by &#32; /u/DarkCerberus1332 [link] &#32; [comments]
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  33. If market crashes due to FED tapering (unlikely soon) which companies do you think will be affected the least? (18/07/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    There was (ir)rational exuberance going on for the last year. Looking back at the past 12 months we can deduce exuberance is quite rational - there was unprecedented money printing and buying assets is the best possible inflation hedge. At the moment market is at ATH with very high valuations and many are concerned that at the first rumour the FED begins tapering QE, the market will be very forward looking and the bubble will burst. In such a scenario, I wonder which stocks do you think will be the least affected? &#32; submitted by &#32; /u/LeMondain [link] &#32; [comments]
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  34. Renewable Energy Stocks to buy on this Discount? (13/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    So with almost all of the Renewable Energy Stocks a good way down from their all time highs and the charts looking like most hit a bottom formation, what stocks are most likely to bounce back strong? I personally think, that if from China to the US everybody is on board with changing the energy production to renewables and the strong development of the sector despite the pandemic in 2020, it should be very likely, that we see at least a strong decade for renewable energy stocks. While researching what stocks are best positioned to profit from Governments trying to make a switch in energy production and at the same time are relatively stable during inflation and rising interest rates, I came to the conclusion, that I wanted to invest in companies that are already profitable an so well financed, that they are able to pay out dividends. While the US market is relatively small for such companies, countries that are more advanced in their energy production do have some stocks that fit. Europe, Canada and China are clearly ahead in renewables and I would love to get some inspiration on where to look for more companies like this.Also I would be very interested in feedback on the stocks I have come up with doing my own DD. Those are: Encavis (Germany) Xinjiang Goldwind (China) Northland Power (Canada) Vestas (Denmark) Orsted (Denmark) Scatec (Norway) TransAlta Renewables (Canada) 7c Solarparken (Germany) I´m not sure on how to provide tickers for those, since I am not from the US myself and non of the companies I´ve found is based in the US, apologies. Any opinions and informations would help me out a lot! Also I´d love to get new ideas for investing in renewable energy, thank you to everybody reading this! &#32; submitted by &#32; /u/TheBullishPanda [link] &#32; [comments]
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  35. There could be a feedback loop between crypto market and the stock market (23/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I think we all agreed about the moving of the us stock market has great impact on the crypto market, but how about the opposite? Before people don’t think crypto market can influence the stock a lot, but now things are changing. If we look back to what happening in the last few weeks or months, we can clearly see the connection between stock market and the crypto market are fundamentally changed, because those crypto companies like $riot are actually in the stock market now, not only a concept sort thing. And also companies like $tsla are publicly admitted they invested in the crypto. So the moving of the crypto market will directly influenced the price of those companies and the influence the whole stock market. This totally changed the big picture. We can imagine, since the us stock market only opens in the the certain time, but the crypto markets is 24/7, and also the other big players Chinese and Europeans are totally in different time zone, the impact between those traders are delayed, so it’s possible making a feedback loop. Think about if a investment institution invested in $BTC a few days ago. Then the stock market start moving down. Then they have to dump some $BTC to make up the loss, then drive the crypto market down, then at night the European Chinese might consider dumping a bit to avoid the risk as the market going down. The. The next morning the institution sees the BTC going down, he might need to dump some stocks to make up the loss of the $BTC. So the trend might be enhanced by this loop, up or down, either way could be. And that might explain the moving of the market in the last few days and foreshadowing the future. This is not a investment advice, only my personal thoughts. &#32; submitted by &#32; /u/MoeNancy [link] &#32; [comments]
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  36. There could be a feedback loop between crypto market and the stock market (23/02/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    I think we all agreed about the moving of the us stock market has great impact on the crypto market, but how about the opposite? Before people don’t think crypto market can influence the stock a lot, but now things are changing. If we look back to what happening in the last few weeks or months, we can clearly see the connection between stock market and the crypto market are fundamentally changed, because those crypto companies like $riot are actually in the stock market now, not only a concept sort thing. And also companies like $tsla are publicly admitted they invested in the crypto. So the moving of the crypto market will directly influenced the price of those companies and the influence the whole stock market. This totally changed the big picture. We can imagine, since the us stock market only opens in the the certain time, but the crypto markets is 24/7, and also the other big players Chinese and Europeans are totally in different time zone, the impact between those traders are delayed, so it’s possible making a feedback loop. Think about if a investment institution invested in $BTC a few days ago. Then the stock market start moving down. Then they have to dump some $BTC to make up the loss, then drive the crypto market down, then at night the European Chinese might consider dumping a bit to avoid the risk as the market going down. The. The next morning the institution sees the BTC going down, he might need to dump some stocks to make up the loss of the $BTC. So the trend might be enhanced by this loop, up or down, either way could be. And that might explain the moving of the market in the last few days and foreshadowing the future. This is not a investment advice, only my personal thoughts. &#32; submitted by &#32; /u/MoeNancy [link] &#32; [comments]
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  37. Help me buy stocks? (27/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Hi. I just inherited $600k and I want to invest it in the stock market. Thinking about putting some in a index and/or stock fund and buy stocks for rest. I just have no clue what kind of stocks I should buy. Go for big companies as Amazon, Google, Apple? Or should I maybe go for companies who will be positive effected by society opening up after covid? Any advice would be greatly appreciated &#32; submitted by &#32; /u/RicosBull [link] &#32; [comments]
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  38. How do you find a company to invest in, when none of the companies you know trade publicly? (11/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I&#39;ve been doing some daytrading and I came to the conclusion it&#39;s not worth it. Too much effort, too much risk and even if you manage to reduce it doesn&#39;t pay off for all the time you invest on it. I decided to change my investing philosophy and do value investing. The only problem is that I don&#39;t know, or have an &quot;edge&quot;, on any of the companies that trade in the public market. All the companies that I know are small or startups privately funded. How can I discover new companies? &#32; submitted by &#32; /u/ManyApartment7 [link] &#32; [comments]
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  39. EVs still overvalued? (19/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    With the EV ‘crash’ do you think there are some fairly valued companies out there? Other than the mega caps like Tesla, mabye NIO, it looks like all the smaller companies have been demolished back to August/September 2020 valuations. E.g Li Auto, Fisker, Hylion, NGA, Canoo, Arcimoto, Lordstown, XL Fleet, Workhorse, Arrival. There are many more but these seem the most popular. At the moment I’m deciding whether to average down on these or start adding some more non-tech stocks. Many of the smaller companies have had short reports/poor sales/ no profit but if anything they are probably better companies now compared to 9 months ago. Looks like an overreaction from the chip shortage which is expected to be back to normal for the automotive industry by end of Q3 2021. What are your plays? &#32; submitted by &#32; /u/theepicone111 [link] &#32; [comments]
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  40. Received stocks when I was a kid, what to do with them now? (04/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I have some paper stock certificates that I was given by my dad between 2001 and 2005. Three of the companies are still public (McDonalds, Disney, and Hasbro) while the other two are privately owned now (BNSF Railroad, DreamWorks Animation SKG). All of the stocks have my name as well as my dad’s because he was the custodial owner. (edit: I just noticed the Hasbro stock doesn&#39;t list an address by my name like the others do) How do I transfer these to just my name? Do I need to contact the Georgia Secretary of State’s office or the individual companies because I’d like to start getting the dividend checks/deposits or at the least reinvest them. Is there a way to get the checks that have accumulated over the last 15-20 years? My dad has moved around so much that he doesn’t know where those are. Also, does it matter that none of the backs of the stocks have any signatures on them? What can I do about the BNSF and DreamWorks stocks since they&#39;re private now? &#32; submitted by &#32; /u/cxristopherr [link] &#32; [comments]
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  41. COVID crisis: What is holding back easing of norms stifling high-impact NGOs? (03/05/2021 - Financial Express)
    Images of C-17 Globemaster carrying aid and precious supplies have travelled faster on cyberspace and are beginning to crowd the social media.
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  42. Tip to new investors: profit on fear (10/07/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I think it is intuitive to buy the stocks that people are endlessly praising on here. These are often stocks that have performed well in recent history. Like buying Tesla after it shot up several hundred percent. I recommend doing something different-buy stocks in companies that are growing and have big futures, but people are afraid of in the short term. A couple of months back, the play was to load up on stocks that were held down due to the chip shortage. They crushed the market as the fear subsided. Look at all of the fear around Alibaba right now. Assuming alibaba will still be publicly listed years from now (I think it’s very likely), you’re just buying it at a discount. Buy the fear- just, cautiously. &#32; submitted by &#32; /u/KillingForCompany [link] &#32; [comments]
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  43. Need help with understanding stock market basics. Is it a good idea to buy stocks that have been heavily shorted? (09/05/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    I have been following along with the news and many hype videos for GME and AMC made by people with much deeper understanding of the market than I have. It seems to follow a logical pattern based on the contract nature of shorting the particular stock. Hedge Funds borrow tons of stocks, resell the stocks flooding the market with sell orders, this drives the price down until it&#39;s time to buy them back up to give back to original lender. When buying back up the price jumps back up because supply and demand mechanics. This seems especially true for the gme and amc situation due to popularity and widespread coverage making a massive amount of people aware of the short. So my question is, assuming I understand the above correctly, is it generally a good idea to buy stocks that have been heavily shorted? I&#39;m assuming the pattern plays out and when the contract is about to close the stock will rise again. So buying the bottom of the dip will lead to good profits later. Am I understanding the concept correctly? &#32; submitted by &#32; /u/Nightsaber [link] &#32; [comments]
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  44. IPO Report: U.S. weekly IPO market braces for 15 deals, led by a biotech with an almost $5 billion valuation (14/06/2021 - Market Watch)
    The U.S. initial public offering market is gearing up for a dizzying week at least by deal number with 15 companies expected to raise a total of $2.5 billion.
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  45. Future Multi-Baggers? What stocks do you think will have exceptional growth? And Why? (22/07/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    It&#39;s quite fascinating to look back at some securities which have provided investors life changing returns. (TSLA- 17000%, NFLX- 43000%, AAPL-120000% , AMZN- 196000%) Investors who got in early on these tickers are likely living lavish. One question always lingers in the back of my mind. How did they know? Did they perform rigorous due diligence on these companies? Were they simply lucky? I wanted to pose a question for the lovely people of WSB. What companies do you have extreme high conviction on for the next 10-20 years? Why do you feel so strongly about said company? Alternatively, if you can&#39;t think of a company, what about an industry specifically? I find that investment themes including: cloud computing, robotics, renewable energy, 3d printing, and genomic sequencing are likely to be hot in the future. The question is, which companies are in a position to win market share in these sectors? &#32; submitted by &#32; /u/zeinvestor [link] &#32; [comments]
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  46. What stocks might profit from Mexico's Legalization of Marijuana? (11/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Hello everyone. As some might have heard, Mexico&#39;s legislature has legalized marijuana today and this law is expected to be ratified and signed by end of the month. This effectively creates the world&#39;s largest single-country market for marijuana by population. There don&#39;t seem to be any publicly traded marijuana companies yet based out of Mexico. But I expect a lot of American and Canadian companies might be chomping at the bit to get a piece of the action. Does anyone have any DD on stocks of companies that might be well poised to enter the Mexican market? I know that Khiron Life Sciences has former president Vicente Fox as a board member, so they likely have an insider advantage. But I can find any reliable information on other companies regarding their posible entry into the Mexican market. Here is a source for this news (paywall): https://www.nytimes.com/2021/03/10/world/americas/mexico-cannabis-bill.html &#32; submitted by &#32; /u/jmus9 [link] &#32; [comments]
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  47. MUST READ CRAZY POTENTIAL (16/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Alright guys I don&#39;t post much but I believe I should share some of my knowledge. I truly believe WKHS is one of the best stocks to be in at the moment and here is why: 1) Currently it is the most shorted stock holding 53% SI of FF as reported by Ortex. 2) It also has a lot of hype built around it with it being one of the most mentioned stocks on WSB discussion data as reported by Quiverqant. 3) On top of that, the market cap is very low compared to other companies such as AMC, do not get me wrong I am not trying to downplay other companies but I am just trying to compare it to the legendary meme stock. AMC&#39;s market cap is currently 21.48B and WKHS is at only 1.86B. When AMC was at 11.45 it only had a market cap of 5.37B. Also AMC had less short interest more than half of what WKHS has when it popped off from this level. Say WKHS gets similar love that AMC had, it could legit shoot like crazy. If WKHS is at a 20B market cap, which is very likely due to more than double the amount of short interest, this will put WKHS shares at a valuation of around $164 per share. Even if it only gets a market cap of 5B, this will put WKHS shares at a valuation of $41 per share. Overall, I see crazy potential with this stock and I truly believe that this is one of the hottest stocks in the market as of right now! Please like and reshape to spread awareness! &#32; submitted by &#32; /u/Party-Appointment411 [link] &#32; [comments]
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  48. Does anyone else think a catastrophic market crash is NOT coming anytime soon? (14/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I feel like there’s a consensus on stock forums that a catastrophic market crash akin to the dot com burst is happening soon. They use historical prices to back it up, and they inform anyone who’ll listen to sit on large quantities of cash, because everything will come crashing down soon Is there anyone out there that thinks that won’t happen? I can see a -20% decline over the course of a couple months happening in the next couple years. I can also see certain industries that are inflated to come crashing down. If you see what happened to ZM from October to December, I can easily see something like that happening to a variety of different growth stocks that are completely mispriced. But we also have companies making a LOT of money that can justify a lot of the prices. AAPL made over $100 billion in a single quarter, and they’re growing 20% YoY. They have almost $200 billion in cash alone, and they’re innovating and finding new ways to make money. Why is a $2 trillion market cap unreasonable? Same with AMZN, MSFT, and other big tech companies. Unlike the dot com levels, tech companies are actually making a lot of money. I personally can’t imagine a -40% market drop that later stagnates for years on end when companies like AAPL have most cash in hand than their entire 2010 market capitalization . I know this post is going to get of snark, but I hope we can have an actual discussion. The people who have been screeching “MaRkEt CrAsH iMmInent” are the ones that have been losing the most these last few years (by having large portions of their money uninvested in the midst of an incredible bull run) With investors finally realizing the potential these tech companies have nowadays, and with tech companies making more money than what was once ever thought possible, does anyone else think a catastrophic market crash just.... won’t happen? &#32; submitted by &#32; /u/StarksTwins [link] &#32; [comments]
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  49. Stock: Allarity to US Nasdaq (40m$). Similar companies at 1.4B$ (21/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    In about three months, this company will be public knowledge, for now it can be bought for lunch money. Sweden’s stock market is a forgotten fraction in comparison to most other markets, and many internationally -unknown companies never get a fair valuation. However, magic happens when those companies move to US Nasdaq. Below information can be found in the latest presentation in english on youtube, take a cup of tea and have a listen. (I cant post the link, sorry) American CEO Steve Carchedi, took over Allarity Thearapeutics two years ago, and since then been talking about moving the company back home to the US. The date for this migration is set to early August this year. Allarity Thearapeutics is a 35m$ company with a completed phase 3 in oncology and a successful Covid medicine, among other late stage substances. The half of the FDA-filing for market entry was sent 2 months ago, the rest of it will be filed coming months. Allarity&#39;s redy-for-market drug &quot;Dovitinib&quot; has shown better responserate than its competitor Sorafenib, which produces sales for around 700m$ last year. Their covid medicine has been proven to work by Northen Arizona Uni, and is currently beeing testing for the other mutations. https://nau.edu/nau-research/allarity-therapeutics/ The stock value has gone down over 90% since IPO due to prior managements acquisitions of portfolio substances, which was paid with money from public offerings. The pipeline is now full and after the move to Nasdaq, the company will have more cash than its market valuation. In addition to this, they just completed a public offering in Sweden. The way Allarity differ from other life-science companies is the use of their drug response predictor, which showed doubled or tripled response rates.I believe that this “response predictor” is the true reason to invest in this company since no other company has shown this kind of accuracy. Nearest competitor in drug response prediction is Kura oncology at a valuation of 1.4B$, and Allarity is way ahead Kura in both late stage substances and number of substances. I belive this will be the next stop for Allarity regarding valuation. I own shares in Allarity. &#32; submitted by &#32; /u/DestinyLeather [link] &#32; [comments]
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